Professor of Geography and Geographic Information Science,School of Earth, Society, and Environment, and Center for Global Studies, Univ of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
PhD, Geography, Arizona State University, 1986
Focus on fluvial dynamics of streams in the Midwest, ranging from investigations aimed at improving basic scientific understanding of the geomorphology of rivers to studies focusing on issues of importance for river management and policy. Much of the work emphasizes field measurements of process-form interactions, but through collaborations with colleagues projects also include laboratory experiments and numerical modeling.
The C-biogeochemistry of a Midwestern USA agricultural impoundment in context: Lake Decatur in the intensively managed landscape critical zone observatory. Blair, N.E., Leithold, E.L., Papanicolaou, A.N., Wilson, C.G., Keefer, L., Kirton, E., Vinson, D., Schnoebelen, D., Rhoads, B., Yu, M., and Lewis, Q. (2018): Biogeochemistry
Critical Transition in Critical Zone of Intensively Managed Landscapes. Kumar, P., Le, P.V.V., Papanicolaou, A.N., Rhoads, B.L., Anders, A.M., Stumpf, A., Wilson, C.G., Bettis, E.A., Blair, N., Ward, A.S., Filley, T., Lin, H., Keefer, L., Keefer, D.A., Lin, Y.-F., Muste, M., Royer, T.V., Foufoula-Georgiou, E., and Belmont, P. (2018): Anthropocene
Historical changes in channel network extent and channel planform in an intensively managed landscape: Natural versus human-induced effects. Rhoads, B.L., Lewis, Q.W., and Andresen, W. (2015): Geomorphology
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